May 10, 2011


Aside from Mrs. Vinya Gomez Alcantara, what I found most charming about Casa San Pablo were the sculptures and antique furniture and knick-knacks found in, out and about the guest rooms and cottages.

outside room 6 of Casa San Pablo

Charcoal clothes irons used as banisters.

charcoal clothes irons used as banisters at Casa San Pablo

A serenely smiling sun greets visitors near the entrance.

wooden sun at Casa San Pablo

A fish on a balcony facing the path to the swimming pool.

fish on a balcony at Casa San Pablo

A young boy starting to fall asleep on a bench. Whoever the artist was, I think he captured well our experience of Casa San Pablo.

sculpted bench at Casa San Pablo


bfarr said...

Terrific series of shots. Reminds me of the American Southwest.

Olivier said...

tres mignon, j'aime beaucoup la derniere photo

Dina said...

Beautiful touches.

Cezar and Léia said...

They are really charming details!I'm enchanted by the first picture!

Milanblogger said...

wonderful house and great sets

Jacob said...

I scrolled down through the previous post, also. I think whoever's in charge of your annual R&R should be applauded! What a great place to sit back and relax and let waves of good feelings wash over you!

The history of the place was also most interesting. When you write that Mrs. Alcantara is in her 80s that doesn't seem so old to me anymore! :-)

And yes, the well is "faux."

Kaori said...

Loved your tour of Casa San Pablo. It really does have a lot of charm...especially that bench in your last photo :D

arabesque said...

the place is indeed a charm.
like you, i'm in love at its little details, the whole rustic feel of the place sends nothing but relaxation at its best. ^0^

Jarart said...

Charm is the right word! This is my kind of style.

Lois said...

I love the wall color in that first picture! All of the details are wonderful.

AB said...

That is a great sun face!

Rob and Mandy said...

A truly enchanting and enchanted place